Franck Muller watches have a distinctive look, a groundbreaking design, and extremely complicated mechanisms. The label’s key components are watches with stylish, daring, and avant-garde designs and complications. To imply, a Franck Muller watch is anything but ordinary — a legacy that it has upheld over the years.
Muller and Vartan Sirmakes founded the House of Franck Muller in Geneva in 1992. It swiftly gained prominence as a result of its in-house expert knowledge in Haute Horlogerie. The co-founder, Franck Muller began his career as a pocket watch repairer. In his twenties, he presented to his private clients his first collection of wristwatches, each with intricate movements. The watch industry took notice right away. Muller portrayed ‘hope’ for the new generation of timepieces at the peak of the quartz crisis. Here’s a list of fabulous Franck Muller watches.
Heart to Heart 5002 S QZ
One of the fabulous Franck Muller watches is the Heart to Heart 5002 S QZ. The Franck Muller Heart to Heart 5002 S QZ is a ladies’ luxury watch made of polished stainless steel for a golden sheen. Heart to Heart 5002 S QZ watch has a 31x26mm case with a spiral sunburst guilloche dial and an original electronic quartz movement. The silvered dial of the Franck Muller Heart to Heart 5002 S QZ features twisted steel hour and minute hands and black Arabic appliqué numerals. The watch’s stainless steel winding crown is adorned with a black cabochon for extra elegance. A stunning silvered steel cuff with a Butterfly Deployant Clasp completes the overall look of the Franck Muller Heart to Heart 5002 S QZ.
Crazy Hours Totally Switzerland Watch
The Crazy Hours timepiece’s bizarre way of showing the right time is what makes it so special. Though most analog watches simply display the time we are all accustomed to, with the hands moving clockwise from 1 to 12, this watch is very dissimilar. Franck Muller designed a product with a truly original dial layout. Only the first-hour marker is in its proper location, but the rest of the markers are in completely unexpected places so that each subsequent marker is almost on the opposite side of the dial.
Even for a modern watch, the Crazy Hours Totally Switzerland Watch is rectangular and quite large. The polished and brushed 18K white gold two-body case measures 59.2 mm high, 35.2 mm wide, and 13.3 mm thick. It has a screwed case back and straight lugs. The sapphire glass protects the watch’s red face, which is dominated by a white cross in the center and oversized Arabic numerals. The translucent lacquered guilloche dial is red with white accents. Its time is displayed using blued steel hands in the shape of a spade. Because the numerals are arranged in a random order, this watch required a Caliber 2800 HF automatic movement to display the correct time. The 186-component automatic movement is bi-color rhodium-plated and decorated with fausses cotes. It also has 23 jewels and a shock absorber for added protection, as well as a 42-hour power reserve. This model’s strap is hand-sewn alligator leather with an 18K white gold buckle. The watch is completely waterproof up to 30 meters.
Cintrée Curvex Remember 2850
The Cintrée Curvex case by Franck Muller is a unique demonstration of tonneau shape design. The Geneva brand is associated with rich sensuous lines and this specific proportion. The length of the paved Franck Muller Cintrée Curvex Remember 2850 is 43mm. Its beautifully crafted case does not have a delimited bezel, and the integrative design is a benefit of the case’s shape. The case is encased in a curved sapphire that guides the elegant case’s lines.
The crown is a raised pedestal with the Franck Muller logo embossed on it. Arnold Linder SA manufactures the dials for Franck Muller Group. After becoming accustomed to time flowing in the “opposite” direction, the eye notices some ghost numbers in certain light and angles. However, these are not meant to be ghosts from the past, but rather memories. A series of press passes are used to create the ghosting effect. This magical appearance is created using 200 tones force. Stamping is also used to create the final pattern. Its large, beautiful Arabic numerals are applied by hand. The numerals are cut, coated, and inked to give them a three-dimensional appearance. The gold-plated leaf hands on the simple three-hand time display. In low-light conditions, the luminescent treatment will make the time legible. The hands have been bent to fit beneath the curved crystal.
Vanguard Chronograph V 45 SC DT CIR (BZ BR NR)
This fantastic Franck Muller watch measures 44mm x 53mm, has a slick PVD coated black matte finish, and is made of stainless steel with a polished 18kt rose gold sandwich insert. This watch features ladies bold rose gold applied numerals that adorn the vertically brushed slate grey dial, flaring outward towards the dial’s perimeter in a serif style typeface found on many Franck Muller watches. There’s also a grey dial flange with a tachymetric scale printed on it. The second’s track is printed finely in white on a jet-black section around the perimeter of the dial.
Its chronograph and small seconds’ subdials are raised with a fine radial ribbed texture. These sub-registers have luminous rose gold hands, a black contour, white indices, and a rose gold rim. A rose gold-rimmed date window is at 6 o’clock on the dial.
Inside the case is a stunning caliber that has been exquisitely finished with Côtes de Genève, circular graining, and rhodium plating. The self-winding Franck Muller FM-7000 caliber, a 4Hz mechanical movement beating at 28,800 VPH with a power reserve of approximately 48 hours, powers this 27-jewel machine.
Franck Muller watches are cleverly constructed for those who want a watch that is modern, tasteful, and has a healthy wrist presence, as well as those who want a watch that might have some. This is crafted by a watchmaker who is valued in the industry, and it’ll catch the attention of both watch connoisseurs and the average regular person. Having a fabulous Franck Muller watch is worthwhile because of its design and the most innovative watch complications in the history of watchmaking.